Added new local setting to enable high security mode.
newrelic.high_security = false
This setting is false by default. When set to true, this setting has the following effects:
- Data will not be sent to New Relic unless the newrelic-daemon is using SSL.
- Raw SQL strings will never be gathered, regardless of the value of
- Request parameters will never be captured, regardless of the value of
- The following API functions will have no effect, and will return false: newrelic_add_custom_parameter newrelic_set_user_attributes
If you change this setting, you must also change the RPM UI security setting. If the two settings do not match, then no data will be collected.
Introduce new attribute configuration scheme.
All parameters captured by the agent and created by the newrelic_add_custom_parameter API call are now considered attributes and have a new set of INI configuration options. As a result, the newrelic.capture_params and newrelic.ignored_params configuration options have been deprecated. The newrelic.ignored_params comparison will now be case-sensitive.
For full information, please see the documentation.
- The Laravel 4.0 framework is now supported in a manner analogous to the existing support for Laravel 4.1. (The portion of the routing code that is instrument changed the function names and arguments slightly going from Laravel 4.0 to Laravel 4.1.)
- Fix potential metric grouping issue with Kohana transaction naming. Previously, the agent would treat the first two segments of the request URI as the controller and action when no route was found. Now the agent will use 'unknown' as the transaction name when no route is found. This is consistent with the behavior for other frameworks.